Director Kevin Seah wears Hermès tie and a Kevin Seah Bespoke ensemble. View the final installment of my coverage of the fashion week for Global Blue at Singapore Men’s Fashion Week : Best Dressed.
Returning for the second year at the Men’s Fashion Week and the only Singaporean label is Reckless Ericka. Designer Afton Chen and Louis Koh took inspiration from the works of Michael Garlington, an acclaimed Northern California photographer. Both male and female models were styled uniformly, emphasizing its androgynous theme. Patterns, solid colors, volume and layering best describe Reckless Ericka’s collection.
Entrepreneur Urs Bohler wears a watch from Les Millionaires, a jewelry brand from Zurich Switzerland. View the third installment of my coverage of the fashion week for Global Blue at Singapore Men’s Fashion Week : It is in the details.
True to its name, BODYBOUND’s collection showcases its new take on menswear at the Singapore Men’s Fashion Week with a bondage-inspired aesthetic. The collection was a concoction of wild yet tailored pieces, from button-down shirts detailed with bronze tartan patterns; textured, metallic fabric panels and scarves; as well as buckled silver harnesses – a daring mix of structured menswear and unabashed, sexy rock and roll.
The show took the audience to a dystopian and futuristic era with its cohesive collection.
Pushing the boundaries of men’s fashion is designer Kim Choong-Wilkins of BODYBOUND. A graduate of Central Saint Martins in 2005, Kim Choong-Wilkins has worked for brands such as Alexander McQueen, Emernigildo Zegna and Matthew Williamson.